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    NAPA Oil Fiter

    Good Morning All.

    I just got off the phone with our local NAPA parts dealer. I told him I wanted to order 2 oil filters; NAPA part # 7934 or Wix part # 57934. He went to his computer and told me that no such part or part # is in the NAPA inventory. He also said he checked oil filters for a 2013 Yam. TW 200 and came up with nothing. What's the deal? Any suggestions

    Mark

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    Croatoan

    Will the stock brass screen filter do a good enough job? That's what I would rather do since it came with one and like you said I can just clean it.

    Mark

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    Thanks Croatoan. Yes, I use Mobil 4T. My oil filter is not pleated. Should I get a Yam. pleated, screen filter or just keep the one I have? Sorry if I'm bugging you about this.

    Mark

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    I got 3 pleated ones for $18.50 from Amazon.com with free shipping. It took about a week to get them in the mail. Here's the link, hope it works:

    Amazon.com: 3-PACK OIL FILTER YAMAHA TW200 TW-200 TRAILWAY 200 1987-2010 2014: Automotive

    Good luck!
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    Croatoan:

    I am still using the original filter (cleaned several times) since the bike was new. I have 4,200+ miles on it. They were more expensive (about 9 bucks apiece) and there was no free shipping option to Alaska, unless you went with the 3-pack.

    With the nearest Yamaha (motorcycle) dealer about 800 miles away, I figured I'd get the price break by going this route. Now I should be able to go several thousand miles without looking around for a filter again.

    I just changed clothes for some TW maintenance...Oil and filter change, lube and tighten my chain, check cam chain adjustment, and maybe adjust the valves--if it don't start raining. If you don't see me on here later today whining and asking questions, it must have been a good day for me!

    Take care.
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    Thanks you 2. I'll pick up pleated Yam. filter b4 the next change. RIDE ON! Mark

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    The WIX 57934 is a "pleated" brass screen. I have one right here. Comes with an O-ring for the cover. They are not inexpensive ($9.00?) but they are right here in town. O'Reilly's Auto Parts here in Montana. I don't need to wait for shipping. However, now, I have enough (2) for life.

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    Thanks fishguy.

    I'll call O'Reillys' in the morning. They are 10 miles away, the Yam. shop is 45.

    Mark

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    Go to your nearest NAPA or LORDCO (whoever deals in K&N filters in your area) and pick up a K&N 143. It is a pleated version of the stock filter...totally cleanable.
    Have used this type for over 25,000 miles....

    http://www.knfilters.ca/search/product.aspx?prod=KN-143
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    Mark, you may want to stay with dino oil before switching. I have read several posts here where people recommend 2,000 miles so the parts set better. That's the way I am doing it with my 2013.
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